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Point of view for Fourth Graders
Point of view for Fourth Graders
Point of view for Fourth Graders
Point of view for Fourth Graders
Point of view for Fourth Graders
Point of view for Fourth Graders
Point of view for Fourth Graders
Point of view for Fourth Graders
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Point of view for Fourth Graders

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  • 1. POINT OF VIEW A Joe Fasen Enhanced PowerPoint presentation
  • 2. Point of view is the viewpoint from which a story is told.
  • 3. A story is told through the eyes and mouth of a character or a narrator. It is the “voice” of the story.
  • 4. In the first-person point of view, the story is told by one of the characters. The character uses pronouns such as I or me. • The narrator is a character in the story. • As the reader, you experience the story only from what that character knows, thinks, and feels.
  • 5. In the second-person point of view the story is told by you. The narrator will use the pronoun you. • The narrator is you • You, however only know what you are told you know
  • 6. In the third-person perspective the narrator is neither a character or you. The narrator will use pronouns such as they, he and she. • The narrator is someone other then you • Usually the narrator knows things the characters don’t.
  • 7. In the third-person point of view, the story is told by a narrator who is not a character in the story.

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